addalert addcircleoutline addlocation add arrow-down-left arrow-down-right arrow-down arrow-left arrow-right arrow-up-right arrow-up ascent assessment bin bookmarkoutline calendar-add calendar camera caret-down caret-left caret-right caret-up check chevron-down chevron-right clock close cloud-upload cog collectionsbookmark content-view-grid content-view-list datacheckerflag1 datadownload data-upload descent directions expandhorizontal expand-horizontal-2 expand-horizontal expand-vertical eye-off eye fileadd1 filecopy filenew2 filestatisticadd2 filetaskssubtract file-images-upload fullscreenexit gauge groupadd heart home infooutline info link list-number location-pin lock logout map mobile morevertical mylocation navigateprevious navigation-drawer nearme noteadd pen pencil-write pencil personoutline pindrop place playcirclefilled playlistaddcheck power-button publish refresh remove return routes-favourites scissors search share starhalf staroutline star supervisoraccount synchronize2 text-redo time-upload timeline timer track-route trendingflat trendingup user-add users visibility vote-star-banner warning zoomin badge1 medal3 medal5 starbanner starcircle starsubtract

Palma - The Scenic West Coast

138 km Distance
2,400 m Ascent
2,400 m Descent

(2 ratings)

Palma – the beautiful west coast

This route takes you along the west coast following the beautiful mountain ridge and passing through pretty villages, giving you plenty of vertical metres spread out over many kilometres.

Start by riding in a group through Palma and follow the main road along the harbour for 3 km before starting the mountainous ascent towards Valldemossa, Deia and the Soller Valley. Following a beautiful ride over the mountain peak – cars are lead through a tunnel – you head back towards Palma.


This is a long ride with several opportune pit stops along the way. There is plenty of variation and diversity along the route making it a good experience and perfect for training.


Provisions: There is a number of possibilities in the small villages along the route. You can stop for lunch in Deia or – if you can wait that long – Soller; pick a restaurant on the village square.


Bikemap Newsletter